Welsh Government has grounded the £2.9M a year daily flights between Cardiff and Anglesey, which had stopped over the last two years due to Covid-19.
It said air pollution and passenger numbers did not make a case for the service with more home working and now funds will be given to develop better broadband provision in North Wales and invest in rail and bus links between the centres.
European car makers have lost their fight to delay the ban on petrol and diesel cars’ sales from 2035.
They can still make petrol and diesel cars for export to non-EU states but environmentalists have said the move will make manufacturers produce more evs and drive down costs along the way.
CUPRA will launch three electrified models by 2025.
To date, the brand has delivered close to 200,000 units and by 2025 CUPRA will have entered a new era with three (above) new electrified models – CUPRA Terramar, CUPRA Tavascan and CUPRA UrbanRebel – as well as renewing its current product line-up.
The like-for-like price of a used car has risen 28.4% in the past 12 months, marking its 26th consecutive month of year-on-year and like-for-like price growth, according to the latest data from the Auto Trader Retail Price Index.
The RPI is based on Auto Trader’s daily pricing analysis of around 900,000 vehicles – the most comprehensive market data in the United Kingdom, which will be used by the Office for National Statistics from next year to compile its official inflation estimates.
Genesis has partnered with Shell Recharge to offer users a seamless power boosting service.
A single mobile app links Genesis cars to 300,000 Shell Recharge stations in 35 European countries.
BMW and MINI owners will be able to use Pod Points’ charging network as part of a deal with the marques.
It will also be the official charger point installation for home or work settings.
Pay-per-miles insurance policies are become more popular as drivers reduce mileages to cut fuel costs and work from home.
Comparethemarket.com said an average saving of £123 would be possible on a typical policy and some will pocket even more.
A majority of drivers would stop a long journey before three hours and then rest for 26 mins, enough time to rapidly charge a car to 80% battery capacity, according to analysis by Aviva insurance.
This study shows that motorists’ range anxiety is often unfounded but it also indicates that more charging points will be needed in future as ev sales rise.
Software to link offices with drivers and enable live vehicle telematics, real-time camera footage and instant alerts are all available within the CameraMatics platform.
Now, in partnership with ping, emails, texts, dispatch notifications and any other time-sensitive messages can be read out loud automatically so drivers attention stays on the road and they are not distracted.